Akshay Kumar’s BABY Movie Review And Star Rating:
After giving cinegoers two delicious cinematic treats in the form of “A Wednesday” and “Special 26”, Neeraj Pandey is all set to release yet another gripping an espionage thriller Movie starring Along with Akshay Kumar the film also features Rana Daggubati, Anupam Kher, Danny Denzongpa Taapsee Pannu, Mikaal Zulfiqar and Madhurima Tuli. While the trailer of this soon-to-hit-the-screens movie has generated tremendous curiosity. Now, the film is scheduled for a January 23, 2015 release.
BABY Movie Plot:
The country is perpetually under threat from terrorist powers and the common man walks unaware of the threats and the attacks that the Government controls and prevents. While the common Indian fights for everyday issues, there are deeper and bigger threats to him and his family that he will never know exist because it is the men and women in uniform that safeguard them. The men and women who put country before self, the men and women who define our history because they give a damn! Ajay Singh Rajput (played by Akshay Kumar) is one such officer who is part of an elite team chosen from amongst the best in the Forces to form a covert Counter Intelligence Unit. In the course of foiling one terrorist attack bid, Ajay discovers a major threat to the nation – a plan to cause damage and strike fear at the heart of very existence of the people. The plot is masterminded by a maniacal leader whose organization has its tentacles spread across the world. As days progress, the unit goes through escalating challenges with time ticking against them and risks escalating. At all points, the members of the unit give it all they’ve got and stand tall to guard us with all their strength so that the people may sleep safe in their homes. Covert and courageous operations are performed across Kathmandu, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Delhi and Mumbai as the protectors will not rest till evil is defeated. Will the maniacal Maulana Mohammed Rahman and his band of evil succeed in striking terror in the heart of India? Will the Indian Government change gears from being reactive to proactive and strike? Will Ajay and his unit be able to prevent this terror tsunami.
Baby Movie Review & Rating:
Veteran Pakistani actor Rasheed Naz — looking for all the world like an angrier version of Nitin Mukesh — seems to be the antagonist here, and Pandey’s film, from this first look, looks slick and expansive. Akshay, mouthing halting English with sincerity, looks to be in form given the film allows him all his aggression and thankfully little tomfoolery. Rana Daggubatti’s around looking suitably (and inevitably) tough, Danny Dengzongpa and Anupam Kher are in attendance wearing bad wigs, and Kay Kay Menon’s around shooting people and making cracks about Kasab. It’s all pretty intense stuff (unless you inadvertently crack up at the sight of Kumar’s Balraj Sahni moustache) but at the crescendo, as the words “History Is Made By Those Who Give A Damn” thud onto the screen, so does the film’s anything-but-obvious title, Baby, rather jarringly.At last it is a thriller with lots of action & the storyline has been inspired from real life incidents.
Star Rating: 4 out of 5
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